Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Inverted Airport Body Scanner Images Show Full Naked Bodies



The full body scanners that President Obama authorized to be rolled out in airports across the country at a cost of over $1 billion dollars not only produce detailed pictures of your genitals, but once inverted some of those images also display your naked body in full living color. And you don't need to be a graphics wizard using a $600 software to pull off the trick. Inverting a photo is a simple process that takes one click and is an option available even in the most basic image editing software. Are you going to accept them digitally scanning your naked body? Not to mention these machines blast you with deadly, cancer-causing radiation. These images already break Child Porn laws in the UK, but it's fine because we've got to catch those terrorists, right?

6 comments:

Ta-Wan said...

nice rack

Superjudge said...

This little beauty (no pun intended) that has been making the rounds on the internet is one of those bad hoaxes that needs to die. It is disinformation perpetrated by the likes of Alex Jones and Co. The image of the naked woman isn't from a scanner but is part of a collection of naked images that can be bought on a CD. The supposed scanner image was created by inverting the image in the first place. All that inverting the "scanner" image does, is return the image to its original form, where you see all her naked glory.

Eric Dubay said...

That hardly makes it a hoax. Regardless of where this particular image comes from, the fact remains that these scanners are capturing your entire naked body and radiating you to boot.

Superjudge said...

...and I don't disagree with you at all on your last point, because the fact is that this technology is invasive. It's just that people are being subject to disinformation that only furthers the hysteria perpetrated onto us by our governments.

Samuel said...

This was caught to be a incorrect match.

However, I do get your point, we are going to be naked in front of the TSA, unless we protest it vehemently.

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